Bruce Jenner gave viewers a glimpse into the dark recesses of his mind during his much-hyped interview with Diane Sawyer on ABC's 20/20 on Friday.
"Yes, for all intents and purposes, I'm a woman," Jenner told Sawyer. He added, "I consider myself a woman.. my brain is much more female than it is male."
How convenient. Bruce seems to think that wearing makeup and taking his hair out of a ponytail makes him a woman.
We biological woman must now take a backseat to men like Bruce Jenner who will never know the fear of being raped while walking to his car at night.
He stressed that he is not gay. "I've never been with a guy," said the thrice married father of six. "There's two different things here," he explained, "sexuality is who you are personally attracted to. .... But gender identity is who you are in your soul."
To add to the confusion, Jenner said he wants to be referred to by the male pronouns "he' and "him".
He also said he told his 6 children to continue calling him "dad," and that he would always be their father forever.
The interview, which was taped back in February in California and NY, generated moderate interest on social media.
Twitter users were divided down the middle for or against Jenner's annoucenment. Those users who were against Jenner included TV talk guru Wendy Williams, who called Jenner a "fame whore."
Jenner's name trended worldwide on Twitter.com for hours after the 2-hour special went off the air.
Many users were confused about exactly what Jenner's sexual orientation was.
The reality is the former Olympic gold medalist is not transgendered or gay; he is a cross dresser. More on this in a later post.
Jenner shared with Sawyer that the first person he told about his cross dressing was Kim Kardashian, who caught him wearing one of her dresses.
He said she has been the most supportive family member by far -- thanks to her husband, hip hop magnate Kanye West.
Jenner said Kanye sat Kim down and explained to her that daddy has a mental illness that can not be cured. West reportedly told Kim that accepting Jenner for what he is was "everything in life."
Jenner's ex-wife Kris Jenner reportedly wasn't supportive of him. ABC said she denied their requests for a comment.
But she disputed that in a tweet to Perez Hilton.
"No one asked me to comment .... and I'm sitting with Bruce now watching this show so let's keep it real..."
An ABC News spokesman told CNN: "ABC sent an email to her publicity team more than once. They called and said no comment."
In a twist of irony, Jenner confirmed what we already knew about the Kartrashian family reality show; it's fake.
“The entire run I kept thinking to myself, ‘Oh my God.’ This whole thing, the one real, true story in the family was the one I was hiding and nobody knew it,” he said.
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